Sidedoor Gallery joined a growing community of local fine art curators when it opened its doors in August 2004 at Old Burr Farm on Burr Road in Bethel, New York, in the bucolic upstate countryside of the Catskills National Park and home of the world famous 1969 Woodstock Festival.
In July 2006 Sidedoor Gallery moved to its new summer location Upstairs at 27 Lower Main Street, in the scenic Delaware River town of Callicoon, a few miles from the newly inaugurated Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center at the original Woodstock Festival site. The gallery’s ongoing mission is to bring urban spirit to smaller rural communities by showing work that would not normally be exhibited outside larger urban areas, and to foster the work of talented area artists through our effort to reach a broad audience of art enthusiasts.
Our artists include: U.S. and International video artists Kurt Ralske and Marty St. James; Robert Dandarov, whose intellectually provocative contemporary portraiture is available for commission through the gallery; algorithmic pointillist and generative artist Reese Inman; studio furniture from Michael Gregorio; and Daily Candy featured jewelry designers Molly Jackson and Michelle DaRin.
Also, Dan Ionescu’s photographic series ‘Images of Sullivan County’ and Roberto Rabanne’s ‘Woodstock and Beyond’.
Please see Gallery page for further details of current and upcoming exhibits.